Configuring a Third Party Repository


Configuring a Third Party Repository

There are two ways to configure a third-part repository, either manually or through yum-config-manager

1) Yum-config-manager option

  a) Yum-config-manager –add-repo=ADDREPO [add (and enable) the repo from the  specified file or url]

  yum-config-manager  --add-repo=

  b) The yum configured third party repository will be configured in /etc/yum.repos.d file

  c) It is generally important to download the GPG key; so do cd /etc/pki/rpm-gpg;


  d) Then you would edit the /etc/yum.repos.d/fedoraproject.repo and edit the last two lines, the yum-config-manager adds the rest of the lines manually


name=added from:



[the below two lines you would need to add to the configuration after yum-config-manager command




2) Manually configuring the repo configuration

a) You would download the gpgkey from step 1 c) and then you would create the entire file in step (1-d) from scratch without any commands

3) Please note that you can disable a repo with the command yum-config-manager –disable [name of repo] but you can only remove a repo from the server by removing the file located in /etc/yum/repos.d


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